ITV4
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Adrian Heskin has just arrived. He didn't know that a whole camera crew was waiting for him. I hope you don't mind us hijacking you. You have got a bit of Panadol and extra white in the car.
Sky News
44 minutes
His new neighbourhood has also said no to his rhetoric, organising protests. This plan has worked with local businesses to encourage them to promote diversity. Men like him have always existed and I think the problem is that today, we have got to such a virulent place with our political conversation that men like him feel emboldened to take a bigger space in the public eye. Exactly what D1? I would usher crew do you want? 50-year moratorium on immigration, so that every person that left, there would be a new person who would come in.
Sky News
2 hours
She is here for the Oscars with her film crew. She will play a special song for you. It is a Oscar-winning song. Go get it, Katie. Maybe it is a little bit harder than it looks.
Sky News
4 hours
She is here for the Oscars with her film crew. She will play a special song for you. It is a Oscar-winning song. Go get it, Katie. Maybe it is a little bit harder than it looks.
Sky News
5 hours
They were supposed to evoke the essence of the ocean. -- emotion. Could I compete with Ryan? We have Katie from London who has played piano for only three weeks. She is here for the Oscars with her film crew. She will play a special song for you. It is a Oscar-winning song.
SPACE.com
13 hours
Phys.Org
15 hours
NASA is weighing the risk of adding astronauts to the first flight of its new megarocket, designed to eventually send crews to Mars.
English Russia
15 hours
Yuri Gagarin was a Soviet science flagship. Was built in Leningrad in 1971. It's 231 m long, and 32 m wide. Main engine has 14 000 kWt power. The crew is 136 people and also 220 scientists can travel and ... Read more...
Mashable
15 hours
If you've been searching in vain for motivation to exercise, stop right now. This video has everything you need: a scorching soundtrack, the legendary poet Maya Angelou and a motley crew of fierce women slaying it in their respective sports. The one-and-a-half minute clip is the latest installment of the UK " This Girl Can " campaign. The initiative aims to "inspire women to wiggle, jiggle, move and prove that judgement is a barrier that can be overcome." As the women of different shapes, sizes and backgrounds get physical with flair, you can hear a recording of Angelou reciting " Phenomenal Woman ," a poem she wrote in 1978: "It's the fire in my eyes, / And the flash of my teeth, / The swing in my waist, / And the joy in my feet. / I'm a woman / Phenomenally. " Read more... More about Videos , Sports , Women , Gender , and Lifestyle
Ars Technica
15 hours
Enlarge / An artist's conception of an SLS launch. (credit: NASA) Earlier this month, NASA disclosed that the White House asked the agency to consider flying astronauts on the maiden launch of the massive Space Launch System rocket, known as Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1), instead of using it as a test flight. On Friday, senior managers at the agency told reporters during a teleconference that they were "encouraged" by the opportunity to study this possibility, but they were also carefully weighing the risks against the rewards. “We recognize this will be an increased risk," said William Gerstenmaier, associate administrator of NASA’s Human Explorations and Operations Mission Directorate. "We take that increased risk, and we take it against the benefits we gain by doing this, and we say, ‘Is that something that is worthwhile for us to go and do?' Then we have an agency-wide discussion on whether this is an appropriate risk for us to take.
Daily Mail - Science
16 hours
NASA officials leading the study revealed the evaluations are underway, and they’ve created a list of everything that will need to change ‘from a hardware standpoint’ in order to add crew.
ABC News - Technology
16 hours
NASA is weighing the risk of adding astronauts to the first flight of its new megarocket
SPACE.com
17 hours
NASA is hosting a teleconference today (Feb. 24) to discuss the option of adding crew to the first flight of NASA's Space Launch System and the Orion spacecraft. Listen live here.
Hackaday
17 hours
Do you like Open Source? Join Hackaday and Tindie at the largest community-run Open Source conference in North America. We'll be at the Southern California Linux Expo next week , and we want to see you there. What's happening at SCALE this year? Amateur radio license exams, a PGP signing party, Bad Voltage Live and The Spazmatics , and a ton of great talks . Hackaday and Tindie will be at SCALE Friday through Sunday, showing off the coolest parts of Hackaday, Hackaday.io, and our lovable robotic dog, Tindie. We'll be handing out t-shirts and stickers, and we'll be giving tours of the SupplyFrame Design Lab located just two blocks away from the convention center. The Design Lab is a crown jewel of our corporate overlord's emphasis on Open Hardware, and if you want to see where the magic happens, this is your chance. We'll be running tours of the Lab on Friday, so find the Hackaday and Tindie crew in the expo area around 3:40 PM.
Ars Technica
17 hours
Enlarge / Looking up at the TRAPPIST-1 system's M8 star. (credit: Frontier Developments) More than two years after its official release back in December 2014, spaceship simulator Elite: Dangerous continues to grow and add content. The latest update is called “The Commanders,” and it bumps the game’s version number to 2.3 (or 1.8, if you’re not running the “Horizonsexpansion). There are plenty of new features in 2.3, including a vastly updated camera system for taking in-game images or movies; a “commander creatorfeature for players to create and customize their avatars; and the ability to join friends on their ships and fly as a single crew. But one feature will be showing up as a last-minute addition: the newly discovered TRAPPIST-1 star system , complete with its seven exoplanets, will become part of the game’s simulated galaxy. NASA broke the news about the discovery only days before the 2.
Windows Blog
17 hours
Hi! My name is Anita George, and I am the leader of the two Bug Bashes for the Windows 10 Creators Update (the one in November 2016 and the one we just finished up in Feb). For this most recent Bug Bash, Windows Insiders completed approximately 108,900 Quests and submitted or upvoted an astounding 115,100 feedback items! Thank you so much to everyone that took the time to Bug Bash with us. The level of participation was just incredible! So what goes into running a Bug Bash? I’d like to take some time to explain the behind-the-scenes work that happens to make a Bug Bash successful. I can’t take full credit for running the Bug Bashes. There is a team of people from across the Windows and Devices Group (WDG) that help with prepping and running an event of this magnitude. We call them the “Bug Bash Crew”. These people are responsible for external Bug Bash prep like driving Quest creation, setting up webcasts, monitoring data, designing the Bug Bash badge, and sending out surveys.
BBC News - Business
17 hours
Daily Mail - USA
17 hours
Lincolnshire Echo
17 hours
SPACE.com
18 hours
The two companies developing commercial crew vehicles are confident that they will be ready to start carrying astronauts in 2018 despite a recent report that concluded delays into 2019 were likely.
Bike EXIF
18 hours
Despite a mind-boggling population of 24 million, Shanghai seems like a questionable location for a custom bike shop. Chinese laws make it expensive to register imported vehicles, and the bigger the capacity, the harder it gets. Still, this hasn't deterred Kiwi Matthew Waddick and his crew at Shanghai Customs . When they launched three years ago, their focus was small capacity, gas-powered customs. But as restrictions have become tighter, they've gone electric. The guys are still building a few petrol bikes a year (there's a SR500 and a CB400 on the bench), but a big part of their daily grind now involves electric bikes. “There is a big electric trend in China at the moment,” explains Matthew, “mainly driven by policy and crazy prices for license plates in the big cities. Electric bikes don't need plates or a license to drive here—yet.” “So we focus more on electric now—upgrading motors, controllers and batteries as a day-to-day breadwinner.
Daily Mail - USA
19 hours
Herald Courier
19 hours
Core77
19 hours
A crew in my photo studio left behind a bunch of paper shopping bags. I was folding them up to recycle them when I noticed something odd. Take a look at this Apple shopping bag vs. the others: Front Rear See it? All of the non-Apple shopping bags have their fold-flat crease on one of the faces. The bottoms of the non-Apple bags, though they are comprised of different pieces laminated together, are designed to remain flat whether the bag is folded or open. They are also a visual hodgepodge of different pieces meeting. In contrast, the bottom of Apple's bag is neat and orderly, no angles. It's also designed with the fold-flat crease on the bottom, leaving the face unmarred. In other words both faces of the Apple bag are completely seamless. I found that Apple has patented this bag's design. And the Washington Post even wrote about it. But neither the patent nor the article mention the seamless faces; both are instead focused on the nature of the handles.